Affirming and Unpacking the #MeToo Movement (3-part series)

Part 1: Gender at the Intersection of Race and Class

In the first virtual learning lab in a three-part series we discuss the intersections of gender, race, and class within the context of this new movement. How do these intersections manifest in the workplace and in our communities? Who is most vulnerable? How can we respond meaningfully across these intersections?

Part 2: Man to Man: Accountability, Backlash, and the Role of Men

In part two of this three-part series we discuss the role of men in creating sustainable and authentic transformation.
 
How should men hold themselves and one another accountable? How can men authentically engage in this movement and avoid distancing themselves from women’s stories and experiences? How can we avoid a cultural backlash and move towards healing? After listening to the stories of women, what’s next?

    Part 3: A Bold, Inclusive Conversation™

    The final session of this three-part series engages in an intergenerational dialogue across race and gender to talk about what we’ve learned and what we can do now. 
     
    Mary-Frances Winters leads us in a Bold, Inclusive Conversation™ around what’s next in the #MeToo Movement. What do we do now, personally and in our organizations, once we’ve affirmed and unpacked the reality and complexity of the “Me too” stories around us?  How do we remain steadfast in our commitment to include all voices at the table while seeking equitable solutions and spaces for healing and reconciling? How do we move forward with creating more empowering and authentic environments for everyone? 

      Affirming and Unpacking the #MeToo Movement (3-part series)

      Part 1: Gender at the Intersection of Race and Class

      In the first virtual learning lab in a three-part series we discuss the intersections of gender, race, and class within the context of this new movement. How do these intersections manifest in the workplace and in our communities? Who is most vulnerable? How can we respond meaningfully across these intersections?

      Part 2: Man to Man: Accountability, Backlash, and the Role of Men

      In part two of this three-part series we discuss the role of men in creating sustainable and authentic transformation.
      How should men hold themselves and one another accountable? How can men authentically engage in this movement and avoid distancing themselves from women’s stories and experiences? How can we avoid a cultural backlash and move towards healing? After listening to the stories of women, what’s next?

      Part 3: A Bold, Inclusive Conversation™

      The final session of this three-part series engages in an intergenerational dialogue across race and gender to talk about what we’ve learned and what we can do now. 
       
      Mary-Frances Winters leads us in a Bold, Inclusive Conversation™ around what’s next in the #MeToo Movement. What do we do now, personally and in our organizations, once we’ve affirmed and unpacked the reality and complexity of the “Me too” stories around us?  How do we remain steadfast in our commitment to include all voices at the table while seeking equitable solutions and spaces for healing and reconciling? How do we move forward with creating more empowering and authentic environments for everyone?